ZOOM Bootcamp Series: Technical Tips

This video covers:
  • Low bandwidth and low computer resource
  • No plan B if ZOOM fails
  • Not using Canvas ZOOM page
  • Not recording ZOOM meetings
  • ZOOM security settings are too strict
  • Having multiple ZOOM accounts
  • Using only one computer monitor
  • Co-host limitations

ZOOM Bootcamp Series: Presentation Tips

This video covers the following:
  • Sharing screen and slides
  • Jumping in and out of PowerPoint
  • Not using screen annotation tools
  • Poor audio quality
  • Distracting background
  • Webcam not being eye level
  • Sharing audio and video via ZOOM
  • ZOOM etiquette

ZOOM Bootcamp Series: For Students

This video covers:
  • Not using DU SSO login
  • Having multiple ZOOM accounts
  • Forgot DU account password
  • Low bandwidth and low computer resources
  • Visual and auditory distractions
  • Mute your microphone if not talking
  • Use the Raise Hand tool if you have a question
  • Update your ZOOM profile picture
  • Recording a video presentation using ZOOM
  • ZOOM etiquette

Teaching with ZOOM – Keeping students engaged and learning (Jae McQueen)

Professor Jae McQueen from the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) has been teaching online for several years. She is a master with keeping her online students engaged during live classroom sessions. In this video, Jae and Alex talk about several ZOOM engagement activities (breakout rooms, chat, and poll questions).
Related Resource: Pedagogical Considerations for Teaching with Zoom

Task-Specific Videos

How to create and manage breakout rooms for your participants.

How to configure your audio and web camera

Virtual Backgrounds

Meeting Poll Questions

How to Navigate the Security Icon

Screen Share & Annotation